High Holiday Services
From Selichot to Simchat Torah, together we leave the ordinary to relive the birth of the world, reflected in the new selves that we birth during the high holidays. Self-examination is a mighty task; that is why our tradition has us do the work together.
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For non-members, tickets to all five major High Holiday services are $300/person. You can also purchase tickets for a specific service for $75/person. If you order tickets, you can pick up the tickets (reserved under your name) at the services. Tickets for full-time students are complimentary.
To buy tickets for the High Holidays, see the High Holiday Tickets page. No one will be turned away on account of inability to pay; please contact Administrator Cindy Freedman (email@example.com) for information.
You can include the names of your loved ones in our Yizkor memorial booklet or offer Tzedakah by donating to HaMakom funds. You can also donate to our Kol Nidre Appeal. See the Donate page for more information.
Erev Rosh HaShanah, Sunday, 29 September, 7 pm at Unitarian Congregation, 107 W. Barcelona
Rosh HaShanah Day One, Monday, 30 September 9:30 am at Unitarian Congregation
Rosh HaShanah Day Two*, Tuesday, 1 October, 9:30 am outdoors at Beit Tikva
Kol Nidre Service, Tuesday, 8 October, 7 pm at Unitarian Congregation
Yom Kippur Service, Wednesday, 9 October, 9:30 am at Unitarian Congregation
Yizkor at 5 pm
Community Break the Fast at 7:15 pm
Simchat Torah Celebration, Monday, 21 October, 7 pm at Beit Tikva
Click here to download a PDF
of Rabbinic Pastor Miryam Levy's
5778/2017 Rosh HaShanah sermon,
High Holidays Leaders for 5780!
High Holidays 5778 and 5779 were amazing! 5780/2019 is Hazzan Cindy Freedman's 16th High Holidays with HaMakom! For Rosh HaShanah, we are delighted that she will once again be joined by Rabbinic Pastor Miryam Levy. For Yom Kippur, we are excited welcome Rabbi Fern Feldman. If you haven't yet met our guest leaders yet, read on to learn a bit more.
Miryam Levy received ordination as a Rabbinic Pastor from ALEPH: Alliance for Jewish Renewal and has worked as a hospice bereavement counselor and hospital chaplain. She has completed R. Shefa Gold’s Kol Zimra program as well as a program of Non-dual Kabbalistic Healing with Jason Shulman. Miryam formerly served as retreat manager at Elat Chayyim, the Jewish Retreat Center. She has a personal meditation practice, having studied with Rabbi David and Shoshana Cooper, Rabbi Jeff Roth and Sylvia Boorstein. Miryam currently serves as chair of the Board of Trustees of Lama Foundation. She is currently serving as a chaplain with Hospice of New Mexico in Albuquerque.
Rabbi Fern Feldman is a spiritual counselor, service leader, and ritual facilitator, with experience in a wide range of Jewish communities, including Conservative, Renewal, Reconstructionist, Reform, and unaffiliated. She received rabbinic ordination in 2003 from ALEPH: Alliance for Jewish Renewal, and Spiritual Direction certification in 2007 from the Morei Derekh program of Yedidya. She's a member of the faculty of ALEPH Ordination Programs in charge of Hebrew studies/assessment and teaches Biblical Hebrew to the ordination students. She also
maintains small hypnotherapy and coaching practice, offers spiritual direction, and officiates at lifecycle events. Fern is also a nurse-practitioner who currently works in medical assistance for opioid addiction with homeless people.